Harry Kane says 'band of brothers' spirit is driving England on

Harry Kane vows to do'everything to beat Sweden for cancer patient 5

Harry Kane vows to do'everything to beat Sweden for cancer patient 5

England captain Harry Kane is adamant the Three Lions can rewrite the history books by going all the way and winning the World Cup in Russian Federation.

The game only be the third World Cup semi-final England have featured in in their history and Kane is well aware of the importance of the situation, having not even been born the last time England reached this stage of the comeptition.

Leicester City have told Harry Maguire that they will make him the highest paid player at the club alongside Jamie Vardy this summer. "Hopefully we can go one step further and get to the final".

England are through to the last four of the World Cup for the first time since 1990, when they lost to Germany on penalties after a 1-1 draw in Turin.

"I get the feeling from the boys and myself that - again - we don't want to go home".

"Player for player I feel we're as good as they are". "Regarding set-plays, the deliveries have been brilliant at this World Cup, the best I've worked with definitely, with [Kieran] Trippier and [Ashley] Young always hitting the point we've been working on, the target area as they call it".

After contributing to England's victory against Sweden, Southgate's charges now take on Croatia for a spot in the World Cup final.

England captain Harry Kane is now leading the race for the Golden Boot at the World Cup with six goals but, according to Redknapp, it's his experiences of playing against Croatia defender Dejan Lovren which could prove crucial in Saint Petersburg on Wednesday.

"We're going to try our hardest", he assured.

Kane is mindful of the influence he now wields as one of the game's top stars, but the status is one he appears to embrace. Know what I mean love?'

"With the world watching us and so much pressure, a 2-0 win in a quarter final is all we can ask for".

"We're looking forward to finishing strong and whatever happens we can say we're proud of each other", said Kane.

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